After landing an excellent defensive line class last year, USF will look to build on that success this coming year. One of those prospects could be Keenan Wimbley from Edgewater High School in Orlando. He's a 6-foot-3 235 pound defensive end who made his presence felt as a Junior. Wimbley had 60 tackles and 10 sacks last season.
As of now the only offer Keenan currently holds is from Southern Mississippi, but he is receiving lots of attention from a number of schools, including South Florida, Central Florida, West Virginia and Louisville.
Wimbley was at USF's spring game, where he had a chance to meet the coaches and the players.
"Right now USF is number one on my list." Adding, "I like the facilities and the coaching staff. I have met with Coach Burnham, Coach Leavitt and Coach Clark."
Wimbley credits his success to his on-field knowledge. "I'm a smart player. I like to out-think the offense in order to make plays."
He's not only smart on the field, but also off of it. Wimbley currently has a 3.3 GPA and is studying to take his SAT's.
This summer he will be working on his strength and speed. Wimbley will be attending the Scout camp at FIU on May 13th in Boca Raton.
Orlando DE: "USF is Number 1"
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